November '14

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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88 | Printwear N ov e m b e r 20 1 4 Clockwise from top left: 1) Create samples with graphics and patterns from past jobs, modify them, or make new ones specifically for this pur- pose. 2) When customers can see actual printed samples, it's easier to show the differences between higher and lower price points. 3) by using clear plastic sheets purchased at any office-supply store, display examples stay clean and the prepunched holes make it easy to put in a three-ring binder. 4) Display sheets are easily created in your favorite graphics program. For larger graphics, like posters or banners, create scaled-down art- work and print it on the same media to make a miniature version that fits in your book. For each type of printer/cutter media used, create a separate 8" X 11" display sheet showing a graphic printed in that media and include a description of the medium with key information about its uses and applications.

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